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A variety of wave phenomena are analyzed and discussed for systems in which chemical reactions and transport take place. Certain families of wave solutions of reaction‐transport equations arise owing to the weak stability of a reference state to a class of perturbations. We consider both wave...
The far ultraviolet absorption spectra of CF 3 Cl, CF 2 Cl 2 , CFCl 3 , CF 2 HCl, CFH 2 Cl, and CFHCl 2 have been measured from 120 to 65 nm (∼80 000 to 160 000 cm −1 ). The observed bands can be accounted for as Rydberg bands related to the first and higher ionization potentials. Several...
Because the hydrodynamic interactions are reduced by stretching, a solute polymer coil should unwind abruptly when a certain critical value of the velocity gradient is reached. Depending on the details of the velocity field (``longitudinal'', or ``transverse'', or more complex gradients) this...
Temperature‐dependent polarized absorption spectra of single crystal UCl 4 have been investigated in the range 4000–25 000 Å. The spectra have been assigned and analyzed using the U 4+ ion in a field of D 2 d point group symmetry as a model. An rms deviation of 91 cm −1 in the fit to 34...
We make use of certain inequalities derived for mixtures with a nonnegative interaction between particles of different species and no interaction between particles of the same species to derive bounds on the thermodynamic functions of these systems and of their one component, ``penetrable sphere...
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